Lip Augmentation/ Enhancement
Rhinoplasty (Nose Jobs)
FaceLifts/ Eyelifts/ NeckLifts
Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery)
Genioplasty Chin Implants/ Surgery
Liposuction and Body Contouring
Otoplasty (Ear surgery)
Cancer Removal and Reconstruction (MOH's)
Laceration repair includes all the steps required to treat a wound in order to promote healing and minimize the risks of infection, premature splitting of sutures (dehiscence), and poor cosmetic result.
Preparation for laceration repair involves inspecting the wound and the underlying tendons or nerves to evaluate the risk of infection, the degree of tissue damage, the need for debridement, and its complexity. If hair is located in or around the wound, it is usually removed to minimize contamination and allow for good visibility of the wound. If nerves or tendons have been injured, a surgeon may be needed to complete the repair.